In case you haven't heard, there's this new search engine out there called Cuil (a stupidly unintuitive, unpronouncable moniker that they want you to refer to as "cool"). Created by former Google engineers and sent live yesterday, this spry young newcomer debuted with a web index of 120-billion pages, more than triple the index maintained by their former employers, while using a fraction of the server space — pretty fancy-sounding stuff that the creators hoped would position Cuil to take a bite out of the big G's search empire. Today, that seems an even more laughable claim than it did a day before, as millions of users went to check out Cuil and realized that it, well, sucks as a search engine, if relevancy is important to you.
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